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It may be more difficult to engage individuals with illicit drug use disorders into 12‐Step participation compared with those with alcohol use disorders, but newly published data suggests that the effort carries a significant payoff.
Stimulant use disorders are on the rise resulting in exacerbation of the opioid epidemic, with stimulants often present in opioid overdoses.. Subcontractors are lining up to implement the new stimulant use disorder treatment provisions of the $1 billion annual State Opioid Response (SOR) federal...
Pharmacists could help with the coordination of getting buprenorphine implants or injections, which is less divertible than the oral medication, according to a report out this month from the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Providers are responsible for prescribing, storing and...
During a week when more and more schools decided not to open up classes for this fall, concerns about the welfare of children isolated at home, without the benefit of their peers or teachers, mounted as well. Elinore McCance‐Katz, M.D., Ph.D., assistant secretary for mental health and substance...
Onsite cancelled, virtual only: The annual meeting of the International Society of Addiction Journal Editors will be held September 2‐4 in Helsinki, Finland. For more information, go to https://www.isaje.net/.
States are demanding $2.2 trillion from Purdue Pharma for its alleged role in the opioid epidemic, saying the company pushed doctors to prescribe OxyContin while downplaying the risks of addiction and overdose. The filings were reported by Reuters Aug. 17 and disclosed as part of Purdue's...
The recommended maximum number of drinks a day is still two for men and one for women. You may have seen recent coverage saying that the federal guidelines for alcohol consumption are changing from no more than two drinks a day for men to no more than one drink a day for men. But the guidelines...
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